Personalized Christmas Book By I See Me ~ Holiday Gift Guide

A good book is always a wonderful gift, but when it is personalized with a child’s name it suddenly becomes magical. (To this day, I still have the personalized Rudolph Christmas book my parents had made for me as a child.) I See Me offers 14 personalized titles including two Christmas stories and a Hanukkah story — perfect for that extra special holiday gift for all the hard-to-shop-for kids on your list.

“A Christmas Bear for Me” is a Christmas story that captures the anticipation leading up to Christmas morning and the joy of receiving a special gift from Santa. The book comes to life with the names of all your family members on the stockings hung by the fireplace and on Santa’s nice list.

Why I love it – I See Me books are not just personalized stories, they are beautiful, hard-backed treasures. These books go a step further than just including a child’s name into the story by also incorporating names into the beautiful illustrations (on the stockings, nice list, etc.). In “A Christmas Bear for Me,” the magic truly leaps off the pages of the book by presenting your kiddo with their very own Gund teddy bear and personalized letter from Santa. (See my previous review of “The Super, Incredible Big Sister.”)

Buy itI See Me  books range from $24.95 – $39.95 depending on the title and are available online. Order “A Christmas Bear for Me” by November 30, 2011 and use the coupon code “NICE2011” to save 15%.  There is also a Groupon for I See Me through 11/20.

Great Gift For – All the kids on your list. These books make great gifts for kids who already have everything.

A Christmas Bear For Me

Disclosure – Product was provided to facilitate this review, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

4 thoughts on “Personalized Christmas Book By I See Me ~ Holiday Gift Guide”

  1. I gave one of these books to my niece for her birthday. She’s in a mean phase right now and doesn’t like anything, but she actually phoned me on her bday and told me she LOVED the book.


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